OEM Temperature Sensors TWC
For OEM Applications
Temperature range (TWC-N): -40 ... 200 °C
Accuracy (TWC-N): ±0.2 °C for R25 reference
±0.1 °C for medical application
Temperature range (TWC-P): -196 ... 600 °C
Accuracy (TWC-P): Class A, B IEC 60751
±0.1 °C with PCBA calibration
Rated current: <1 mA
Voltage safety: ≤ 3000 VDC
Protection class: IP68
OEM - temperature sensors from Kobold from Germany assert themselves on the market
Sensor manufacturing has emerged as a key technology for an industrialized country like Germany. Modern competitiveness in the areas of mechanical engineering, vehicle construction (cars, trucks, rail vehicles) or consumer goods depends on the targeted use of modern and smart sensors. In the opinion of experts, the interlocking of the individual process strands and components is increasing. Accordingly, sensor producers provide these in large quantities at a defined quality at a reasonable price.
Last month, Raza Ali Agha, general sales manager at KOBOLD Messring GmbH, was pleased about the large order from a well-known manufacturer from the industrial sector for the delivery of customer-specific temperature sensors, for which he had won the contract thanks to his ambition and customer orientation.
“OEM temperature sensors are always custom-made, we draw on our expertise and experience. This starts with the design, continues with the production of samples and does not end with series production," Agha explains. "Good customer service is the be-all and end-all of a healthy long-term business relationship."
Various versions are currently available. The designs are highly precise, have the desired IP protection classes, have fast readout times and are highly resistant to most media at the same time. Popular versions are the sensors in the plastic housing, these can be used universally. In addition, temperature sensors are often built in stainless steel housings or with a threaded connection.
Early detection to avoid costly consequential damage
There are a number of sensible applications for both forklifts and your own car: if heat builds up in electric motors as a result of mechanical blockages, in the worst case they will end up in a full fire and thus in the total destruction of the expensive investment. Temperature sensors prevent possible dangers here: they give an alarm if defined conditions are exceeded before the impending overload, whether while driving or when charging the electric cars. Normally, thermistors (NTC: temperature-dependent resistors) are used here for monitoring.
Precision measurements help to deal with climate change
The market for room air conditioners has high growth rates in Germany. At the same time, the temperatures are recorded at many positions in the building for ideal monitoring and control of the ventilation systems.
Temperature sensors are used to monitor the entire electrical connection (switch cabinets, generators, distribution systems) in the wind turbines that are springing up everywhere. Normally, Pt100 or Pt1000 measuring resistors are used here to monitor the external conditions.
What else are the OEM temperature sensors suitable for?
In clinics, medical professionals constantly monitor the temperature of liquids. Be it, for example, infusions that get into the patient at body temperature. Blood donations are also refrigerated for optimum storage life. Furthermore, costs and benefits are always taken into account when air conditioning the huge hospitals in order to keep the air temperature within defined limits.
Temperature sensors from Kobold with a threaded connection, in a stainless steel housing,
with a plastic coating and with a ring connection in the operation of a thermal oil system for
optimum operational control.